Bring Me the Ocean: Nature as Teacher, Messenger, and Intermediary
Demonstrating the impact of the natural world on each of us, this book weaves a tapestry of poignant lessons humanity and caregiving, while immersing the reader in seasonal themes comprised of wildlife and domestic animals, plants, and minerals, music and the arts.
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